Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor are set to enter the ring on Saturday, August 26, at 9 p.m. ET in Las Vegas, Nevada for what’s expected to be the most watched fight… ever.
As usual, the fight is only available to those who pay the nearly $100 pay-per-view fee. However, breaking from the traditional means of purchasing directly from a cable or satellite provider, CBS recently announced the fight will also be available to stream on the Showtime PPV website or iOS and Apple TV app. (Disclaimer: CBS is CNET’s parent company.)
For those who want to stream the fight on a computer, you can visit ShowtimePPV.com and purchase access for $99.95. Keep in mind, if you purchase through the website you will only have access to the fight on a computer — and not on your mobile device or Apple TV.
The iOS and Apple TV apps aren’t available in the iTunes store, but according to the announcement, the apps should be live any time now. We will update this post once we spot the apps.
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UFC president Dana White has had two Watch Mcgregor Mayweather Live Stream weeks to reflect on the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor press tour — for which he enjoyed a front row seat.The tour was akin to a traveling rap battle at times, with the fighters trading insults to promote their highly anticipated boxing match on Aug. 26 in Las Vegas.
Some have wondered whether the four-day spectacle will prove to be more entertaining than the actual fight, but White believes it also served as an important first round, a chance for each fighter to get an early leg up on the other.
It’s impossible not to get an edge one way or the other,” White told ESPN. “Somebody did and we’ll find out (who) soon. But it’s impossible for one not to.To go out and find the most embarrassing moments, the flaws in character, the weaknesses in fighting — whatever it may be — and tell it to someone’s face in front of millions of people, it’s impossible not to affect you mentally.While the tour certainly delivered plenty of material to promote the 12-round bout, which will take place at T-Mobile Arena, it also stirred controversy.McGregor drew accusations of racism when he told Mayweather, “Dance for me, boy,” multiple times. The UFC star also referenced “dancing monkeys,” when speaking about the film “Rocky III,” although it was unclear exactly what he meant. On the final stop in London, Mayweather directed a homophobic slur in McGregor’s direction.